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Monday, December 22, 2014

1930’s-Inspired Paris Bistro

Compiled by Pari Syal
Photography: Julien Lanoo; courtesy C comme C
  
India Art n Design features Jeanne B Bistro by C comme C
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C comme C, the architecture and design bureau of Carole Chuffart, architect, and Carole Vermont, interior designer/ architect, with headquarters in Paris, design yet another atypical interior for the restaurant Jeanne B at the foot of Montmartre in Paris…

The extraordinary design of the restaurant is causing a stir! Transforming a former boutique into a restaurant/food store, the designers have their inspiration from the graphic-geometric patterns of the 1930s.
 
India Art n Design features Jeanne B Bistro by C comme C
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India Art n Design features Jeanne B Bistro by C comme C
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The open space combines a snug and friendly atmosphere with contemporary minimalism, underscoring the special qualities of C comme C in the superlative handling of colours and materials.
 
India Art n Design features Jeanne B Bistro by C comme C
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India Art n Design features Jeanne B Bistro by C comme C
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Blue and green tones dominate façade and walls, accentuated by furnishings in various textures and nuances of colour. A cunning lighting design enhances the impression of space and is subtly adapted to the different moods of daytime.
 
India Art n Design features Jeanne B Bistro by C comme C
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Sculptural interventions in the space occur as geometric décor, functioning as shelves and support elements and simultaneously drawing the eye onto the commodities on sale; otherwise there are details inspired by flora and fauna, including birch trunks as room dividers and – no irony intended – a stag trophy.
 
India Art n Design features Jeanne B Bistro by C comme C
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India Art n Design features Jeanne B Bistro by C comme C
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Whether large or small, the design studio firmly believes that beauty lies in detail. The designer duo transcend established visual and designing habits in their aspirations to open up a location to new horizons, to optimise its atmosphere, to give it its specific “sound” – a feat frequently achieved through the use of new materials, also objects that might have originated in industrial design as well as traditional handcrafted techniques.

2 comments :

  1. Heart the chairs and awestruck with the way they have styled everything with moody colors. Definitely the stag and birch trunks are a smart move. Thanks for sharing the info.

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